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    Quote Originally Posted by wedekit View Post
    Mom - ESFJ
    Dad - ISTP
    Brother #1 - ISTJ
    Brother #2 - ESTP
    Me - INFJ
    Brother #3 - ESFP

    Yes... I'm stuck in a family full of Sensors... >_<
    Sorry. That must've been a bit difficult. I'd like to guess that just maybe the ISTJ was a difficult one for you to "get"? Maybe the ESTP was a challenge at times too? But your parents and the ESFP brother might have been a bit easier to deal with?

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    late here but yes, to confirm, identical twins as arcticangel said. ENTP-INTP.

    We're mirror twins though, so I don't know if that has any effect.

    Possibly the one-leg difference because DNA is not only carried in the genes, but mitochondrial DNA could play a role too?

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    Your husband must've waited 2-3 years before getting into your pants. I can't imagine an ISTP/INTJ relationship.

    What attracted you to him?

    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    I'm of the opinion that MBTI is somewhat genetically influenced, so I would expect to find a child and parent of the same MBTI type, yet I think it's less likely to find two siblings of the same type.

    I have an ISTP husband and an ISTP son.
    My daughter is ISTJ with a high N.
    My mother is ISTJ with a high N.
    And of course, you can see from my username that I am an INTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by istpunk View Post
    Your husband must've waited 2-3 years before getting into your pants. I can't imagine an ISTP/INTJ relationship.

    What attracted you to him?
    Punk is a good name for you. You are crass.

    crass:
    so crude and unrefined as to be lacking in discrimination and sensibility

    I cannot dignify your inappropriate comment with a response to your question.

    As my kids would say, "Are you on crack?!"

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    Hi FrisbeeLad.

    There actually is a similar thread under Family Types in the Relationship section. As for my family members, my father and his father are both INTJs, and my dad has an ENTJ brother as well. My husband and his only sister are both INFPs, and their parents are ESTJ/ISFJ. Strange, huh?

    I have a hard time finding consistent patterns within families, but the twins being off by one letter thing is very interesting.

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    mom - ISFJ
    dad - INTP
    brother - INFJ (?)
    me - INFJ

    i've had a hard time typing my brother, but i'm pretty sure he's INFJ like me. he's certainly an INFsomething.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Griffi97 View Post
    There actually is a similar thread under Family Types in the Relationship section.
    Thanks!! I'll check that out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Griffi97 View Post
    Hi FrisbeeLad.
    My husband and his only sister are both INFPs, and their parents are ESTJ/ISFJ. Strange, huh?
    Definitely strange!!

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    okay. I got my answer. Sorry if I offended you.

    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Punk is a good name for you. You are crass.

    crass:
    so crude and unrefined as to be lacking in discrimination and sensibility

    I cannot dignify your inappropriate comment with a response to your question.

    As my kids would say, "Are you on crack?!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrisbeeLad View Post
    2) Two siblings of the same type
    My sister and I are very similar, although not the same type. I'm ESTJ and she is ENTJ. When we were both younger, we were each other's best friends and system of support when our parents were going through a divorce. I think the entire experience made us seem very introverted at the time.

    We have the same sense of humor, we like the same things, we have similar styles in everything. My sister supports me in every way as I do her. Sometimes, people mistake us for twins, but I think we are complementary sides of the same coin.

    I'm neater and more tidy than her however. She's slightly better at reading people; however sometimes I'll come up with insights that she'll never have come across and later say to me, "Matt- you're a genious!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by istpunk View Post
    okay. I got my answer. Sorry if I offended you.
    You got no such thing. Perhaps INTJs are the only ones in your life to tell you that the truth about yourself. You have some nerve judging people you don't know and jumping to conclusions which are wrong. Pardon me if I don't fawn all over you like a schoolgirl.

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